UPDATED W/ LOCAL STATEMENT: Abbott previously resisted calls for such an order and at one point banned local governments from requiring masks. First-time violators will be issued a warning, though repeat offenders could be fined up to $250.
City secretary Tricia Smith said Reno is looking to hear from people who have previously reserved a gravesite for when they or a loved one passes away in an attempt to improve the organization at the cemetery.
RENO — The Reno Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a request for a re-plat at its meeting this week, and will make a recommendation for the City Council to approve it at the council’s June 8 meeting.
With local communities still working to flatten the curve and quell the coronavirus pandemic, the Reno City Council agreed to extend its disaster proclamation another month to June 12.
Former councilwoman Patricia Wood tendered her resignation after moving outside Reno’s city limits, city attorney David Hamilton said.
Paris Community Theatre: Children’s Theatre classes and rehearsals for “Cabaret,” postponed indefinitely. Production of “Cabaret” postponed to a later date. No cancellations are planned at this time.
The arrest was made as part of an ongoing investigation by the Texas Rangers and Reno Police Department.
The Paris Police Department has visited more than 30 children celebrating birthdays to sound their sirens for those celebrating in quarantine.
The cleanup event was supposed to take place April 18 and 19, but will be delayed until some time in July, city secretary Tricia Smith said.
Gov. Greg Abbott has signed an executive order closing Texas schools through May 4 and ordering non-essential businesses to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
The extension states the proclamation will be “reviewed as needed by the city council.”
The cameras will help lower the amount of property theft happening in the city while making apprehending suspects easier.
“I’ve been studying Texas history for a few years, and it is really interesting to me,” William Kuebler, of Reno, said. “I think it is important for us to know where we came from, and who helped us in the past.”
The city of Reno plans to celebrate Texas Independence Day on Monday.
The post is self-sufficient, meaning it’s low maintenance and no-frills. There is no bathroom and no running water; but it comes equipped with a generator and several forms of technology, which are also still a work in progress.
Candidate filing is over, and now campaigning can start for nonpartisan elections in cities and school districts across Northeast Texas.
The Reno Economic Development Comm-ittee is to discuss ideas and possibly make recommendations to City Council for new businesses when the committee meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.
The window to sign up for May nonpartisan elections is closing.
An outside audit report, a water systems inspection, a police department racial profiling report and an upcoming ISO evaluation of community fire protection all are agenda items when the city council meets at 6 p.m. Monday at Reno City Hall, 160 Blackburn St.
With the March primary election coming up, the deadline to register to vote is 5 p.m. today.
A Reno police officer was injured while pursuing a suspect on foot during a joint drug investigation with the Lamar County Sheriff's Office and the Northeast Texas Auto Theft Task Force.